The 2012 NFL Pro Bowl ballot is open for voting as of Tuesday morning. Folks can head on over and vote for their favorite players to make it, or, as the NFL insists is the case, the players they feel are worthy for participation based on their season thus far. Of course, this is rarely the case in fan voting, which is why it's just one part of the decision that ultimately determines who makes it in.
I'm sure there will be a ton of fan votes for, say, Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow, even though he is undoubtedly undeserving. That's just the way it works, so you folks should be heading on over to vote for your favorite Cleveland Browns players. The season has been slightly underwhelming, with an under-performing Colt McCoy and an injured Peyton Hillis, but there are still a few options.
Joe Haden will probably end up deserving the honors when it's all said and done, despite injuries. Joshua Cribbs is always an option for the Pro Bowl for his kick return abilities, and Joe Thomas remains one of the best tackles in the NFL. So head on over and vote away, folks.